A glance at the list of over a dozen hookah flavors offered at Habookah Hookah lounge in Tempe reads like a Hawaiian shaved ice menu. From guava to blueberry muffin, just about anyone’s palate can be satisfied at this new-school style hookah lounge started by Cody Bahner. “This business really just grew out of a […]
Hilton Phoenix Chandler is on a roll. For the fourth time in five years, the hotel has been honored with the Connie Award from Hilton Worldwide.
Algebra may be a high-school level class, but middle school students at Summit School of Ahwatukee seem to thrive in advanced coursework. This year seventh grader Emma Lee earned the highest score in the state on the Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics annual state-wide algebra competition. Emma shares Summit’s renown with an impressive contingent […]
Tempe Union graduates from our area earned almost 25 million dollars in scholarships: Tempe High with 319 grads, $3.97 million Marcos de Niza with 350 grades, $4 million McClintock High with 375 grads, $5 million Corona del Sol with 611 grads, $11 million Congratulations to all the 2015 graduates!
It happens in a matter of seconds and the consequences are heartrending. Tragically, it doesn’t have to happen at all. According to the Centers for Disease Control, outside of congenital anomalies, drowning is the leading cause of death among children 1-4. Twelve young children died in water related incidents in the Phoenix metro area in […]
By Scott Grimditch The school year is over, but the Aprende Middle School Girls Varsity basketball team won’t soon forget its feat of having won all 17 games during the season. The team ended things on a high note with a 32-22 victory over the Centennial Sabercats. The Jaguar girls began the season by winning […]
The Lady Aztecs, 21-13 overall, may have started the program’s comeback to Top-10 status this season when it was learned that 12 of the 14 Corona softball players who helped the Aztecs get their highest power point rankings in years should return next season. With seniors Maggie Jackson and Sarah McCabe leading the team of […]
Editor’s note: Kyle Maki helped guide Wrangler News for almost 15 years, during which he matured from high school graduate, to four years at ASU, to a full-fledged part of our small company’s management team. He left in 2012 to pursue a career in medical-services marketing, however he still is involved in the community and […]
Chandler Assistant City Manager Marsha Reed has been named acting city manager while the city recruits a replacement for retiring City Manager Rich Dlugas. The City Council voted unanimously to make the appointment at its May 28 meeting. Reed joined the city of Chandler in April 2013 as assistant city manager, after previously working for […]
By M.V. Moorhead Kevin Farley has had enough hamburgers for a while. “My eyes aren’t bigger than my stomach—my eyes are, like, seven times bigger than my stomach,” says the actor and comedian, briefly sitting down to chat in the corporate offices of Tilted Kilt on Warner Road in Tempe. “I flew in yesterday,” he […]